Here are some links about crime in Italy:
- Crime in Italy – "is combated by the spectrum of Italian law enforcement agencies." – Source: Wikipedia – "The Free Encyclopedia" – In multiple languages
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- Crime in Italy – "This article deals with organised, violent and petty crime in the Republic of Italy." – Source: Academic Dictionaries and Encyclopedias – In English, French, German, Russian, Spanish
- How Safe is Rome, Really? – 02 November 2010 – Source: Revealed Rome – "Tips, tricks and things not to miss — in Rome and beyond."
- Rome 'becoming Italy's crime capital' – "Rome is fast becoming Italy's new crime capital as the country's most powerful mafia groups expand their business empires, a senior judge has warned." – 5:28PM GMT 27 Jan 2013 – By Josephine McKenna, Rome – Source: The Telegraph AKA telegraph.co.uk – "Telegraph online, Daily Telegraph, Sunday Telegraph"
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- CRIME – "Italy has a moderate rate of crime. You should exercise extra caution at night and at train stations, airports, nightclubs, bars, and outdoor cafes." – Source: Found in the Italy, Holy See (Vatican City) and San Marino Country Specific Information portion of International Travel for U.S. Citizens section of the Travel.State.Gov – "A SERVICE OF THE BUREAU OF CONSULAR AFFAIRS" – of the U.S. Department of State – "Diplomacy in Action"
- Crime And Police In Italy – "Crime in Italy is at lower levels than in the UK or the US. The information on these pages will give an awareness of possible problems and how to protect yourself against crime in Italy." – Source: Found in the Italy section of Propertyshowrooms.com – "Property Investment - Experts in Investment Property Abroad"
- Crime in Italy – "Burglary, theft and organized crime" – "The crime rate in Italy varies considerably from region to region but is generally around average for Europe. Violent crime is rare in most areas, although muggings do occur in resort areas and cities." – Source: Found in the Italy – "Living, working or studying in Italy?" section of Just Landed – "Expatriate guides" – In multiple languages
- Crime in Italy – Source: Found in the Emergency section of the Lake Como Pages – "Lake Como Italy news, events and attractions"
- Crime in Italy – Source: Found in the Italy Travel Guide section of todaytourism.com – "Online hotel reservations & pay at the hotel No Booking fees - Best price guaranteed!"
- Police, the law, crime and personal safety in Italy – "Let’s get some preconceptions out of the way first. Organised crime, wolf-whistling and bottom pinching may be an element of life in Italy, but it is a long way from the whole picture. This is a relatively crime-free country; the violent crime that afflicts many US cities, and the anti-social public drunkenness that can be a problem in Britain are both refreshingly absent. Italy suffers from racial stereotyping as much as most, and the Goodfellas image perpetuated by Hollywood bears a large part of the blame. There is organised crime in Italy, from the Sicilian Mafia and Neapolitan Camorra, to high-level corporate crime. What violent crime there is tends to be domestic, rather than directed at tourists. Italy is a safe place to be, though (in the big cities especially) pick-pocketing has been developed into a fine art of which the Artful Dodger would be proud. " – Source: knowital.com – "accommodation in italy"
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- Italy 2013 Crime and Safety Report: Rome – "Stolen items; Theft; Surveillance; Burglary; Hotels; Rape/Sexual Violence; Information Security; Fraud; Transportation Security; Religious Terrorism; Anarchist; Left-wing; Other Threat / Incident; Bombing; Threats; Riots/Civil Unrest; Travel Health and Safety" – Source: Found in the Overseas Security Advisory Council (OSAC) section from the Bureau of Diplomatic Security of the U.S. Department of State – "Diplomacy in Action"
- Italy Travel Tip - How to Safeguard Your Money – "Avoiding Pickpockets and Petty Theft" – By Martha Bakerjian – Source: Found in the Plan Your Italy Trip - Italy Travel Planning Guide subsection of the Italy Travel section of About.com
- Italy Warnings and Dangers – "Most Viewed Warnings and Dangers in Italy" – Source: Found in the Italy Travel Guide section of Virtual Tourist – "The people behind the places®"
- Security and violence in Italy – "is an important dimension of Governance within the Global Project on Measuring the Progress of Societies and one of the key factors for human well-being and progress of society. As an intermediate goal, it has different impacts, direct and indirect, on those that are the defined final goals of progress in the Global Project." – Source: wikiprogress – "is a global platform for sharing information in order to evaluate social, environmental and economic progress" – In multiple languages
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- Compensation to crime victims - Italy – "Last update: 15-01-2007" – Source: Found in the European Judicial Network in civil and commercial matters section of the European Commission – In multiple languages
- Helping victims of crime in Europe – "The new EU directive to support 75 million victims of crime every year must get full support from member states, argues Javed Khan" – Source: Public Service Europe – "analysis • opinion • debate"
- Victims of Crime – "Help for American Victims of Crime in Italy" – Source: Found in the U.S. Citizen Services section of the United States Diplomatic Mission to Italy of the U.S. Department of State – "Diplomacy in Action"
- SEE ALSO:
- Info about preventing identity thief while traveling to Italy and beyond *, dated, Sunday, May 05, 2013
- Info about health or medical information for travelers to Italy *, dated, Wednesday, June 08, 2011
- Info on pickpocketing in Italy *, dated, Wednesday, May 19, 2010
- Info on Scams and Ripoffs in Italy *, dated, Friday, May 26, 2006
- Info on Travelers' Health in Italy and Europe *, dated, Friday, December 02, 2005
- Info on Personal Safety in Italy *, dated, Thursday, December 01, 2005
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